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Repaired: (adj) reconditioned, maintained, mended, fastened, serviced, intent, frozen, flat, serviceable. rust: (v) corrode, eat, oxidise, tarnish, oxidize, gnaw; (n) decay, corrosion, fungus, oxidation; (adj) rusty. Bram Stoker 29 been added to, but in a very straggling way, and I can only guess at the amount of ground it covers, which must be very great. There are but few houses close at hand, one being a very large house only recently added to and formed into a private lunatic asylum. When I had finished, he said, I am glad that it is old and big.
He said. Still at your books? Good! But you must not work always. Come! He took my arm, and we went into the next room, where I found an excellent supper ready on the table. The Count again excused himself, as he had dined out on his being away from home. But he sat as on the previous night, and chatted whilst I ate. After supper I smoked, as on the last evening, and the Count stayed with me, chatting and asking questions on every Thesaurus attuned: (adj) friendly, companionable, keyed, similar in temperament, adjusted.
The castle is a veritable prison, and I am a prisoner! Thesaurus bolted: (adj) barred, Bolten, secured, firm, barricaded, blockaded, bolted attachment, fast, fastened, latched, tight. chasm: (n) breach, gap, hiatus, gulf, ravine, hole, abysm, vacancy, canyon, aperture, emptiness. ANTONYMS: (n) junction, closure. exit: (n) departure, door, egress, outlet, going, gate, way out; (v) leave, go, go out, die. ANTONYMS: (n) arrival, entry, entrance, greeting; (v) arrive, threads: (n) duds, clothing, apparel, come.
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